Liquid Image, mainly known for its line of scuba masks with integrated underwater cameras, is getting into the action cam business in a big way with the first model to support media streaming via a 4G LTE phone connection.
The Ego LS camera, announced Monday at CES, boasts respectable stats for a wearable camera: 8-megapixel sensor, video recording at 1080p/30fps or 720p/60fps, WiFi and Bluetooth. But the big news is an optional 4G connectivity module that allows the user to stream images via a high-speed phone connection. Streaming quality is limited to WQVGA (400×240), but you can do up to two hours at 30fps.
Liquid Image expects to launch the camera in June, with prices starting at around $200 for a bare-bones model and another $200 for the LTE module.
Also new from Liquid Image are an enhanced version of its OPS camera-equipped ski goggles and three new scuba/swim models, including one with an attachment for auxiliary lights and filters.
You can find out more about all of the newly announced products by heading over to the Liquid Image website here.